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Favorite Music on Spotify.

   Our official and main Spotify playlist is based on wonderful vocal music from various genres as pop, downtempo, trip hop, electronica etc. Carefully handpicked music which amazed us either for the great vocals or lyrics, sound design with diversity or both. Follow & listen to discover more great music daily.

Favorite Videos on Youtube.

   When music is visualized the listening experience is stronger and the understanding of the message an artist want to deliver more clear. In this Youtube playlist Nagamag.com handpicks selected videos, from our editorial, with continues updates among various genres as ambient, neoclassical, pop, electronica etc.

    Nagamag, carefully handpicks and invites part of the most interesting artists around the scene and share a few words with them. Through Nagamag you get a small insight of their own music world, offering in few lines the most interesting parts about their art and helping listeners to discover easier new music and few more details about their favorite artists.

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Kerensa Stephens Interview on Nagamag

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Kerensa Stephens:
Eclectic lyrical Electronica. Probably more toward the ambient persuasion but also mid-tempo groove. https://cosmicleaf.com/en/products.php?action=artist&id=107
It somewhat depends on who I'm collaborating with. I've explored gypsy folk, experimental rock and performance poetry.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Kerensa Stephens:
My Dad was a musician, Mum liked to sing, so I was exposed to a lot of music and musical events growing up. I played violin in the school orchestra and sang in the choir, school productions and local shows. I was seriously into dance the first 2 decades of my life where I also learned to intuit music.
I became involved in the experimental music scene in my home town of Dunedin, NZ, in my early 20's. After I had my 2 boys, I started singing, writing and performing in big NZ festivals with 3 different kiwi artists, ecophonik, laughin' gas and Terra Nine. I took the moniker Aviatrix and explored DJing. Fun times!
Touring was not an easy option being a parent so I gradually moved more and more into the studio, collaborating with overseas artists like Side Liner, Zero Cult and Tony Modi. I have written prolifically and recently I came across an old song book of mine, I think I need to re-visit those tunes and reform them with a contemporary flavour.. watch this space ;)


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Kerensa Stephens:
I have eclectic tastes and I think exposure to everything from tribal to classical , folk to rock and experimental, soul ,reggae and trance, has made me a flexible artist and an original writer. Collaborating with artists from afar across the internet is huge now and being flexible, generative and at ease creating in my own space, I'm able to collaborate with many more artists than I thought imaginable.


Nagamag:
How do these collaborations come about?

Kerensa Stephens:
Producers contact me with a piece of music, sometimes a fragment, and an idea /concept/ title and if it speaks to me, I'll write something to it. A few tunes have come with another writers' lyrics and I adapt them to the tune. I record my vocals, arrange them and send the file off to the producer. We play file tennis for a while until we're all happy with the product or happy enough when a deadline comes around.


Nagamag:
Which is the biggest most well heard tune that you have in your discography?

Kerensa Stephens:
That would be the OTT Remix of No Return. Written with the notable Terra Nine, Mike Westcot. It was released on the 2013 album Streamofconsciousness through Tempest Recordings.

https://tempestrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/stream-of-consciousness


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Kerensa Stephens:
Aldous Harding "The Barrel"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Kerensa Stephens:
Transient Dreams "Disciplined Sin"

Discover & Listen to Kerensa Stephens

Kerensa Stephens on Spotify

Kerensa Stephens' Signature Track

Kerensa Stephens on Social Media

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Obsqure Interview on Nagamag

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Obsqure:
I would say a mixture of downtempo, chill-out, some future garage vibes, Trip-hop with an oriental touch.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Obsqure:
i had a few years of music theory when i was a kid. i also was a cello player. i didn't follow up the line because of my studies and sports. At some time i had to choose between being a professional swimmer and a musician. i went for swimming but i have never really stopped listening to music and digging very deep into it. i remember listening to different kind of music on the radio and trying to dismantle every track even though i wasn't into music composition yet, i had my own way of listening individually to the sounds and different tracks in a song. i was already analyzing songs structures and melodies without even knowing it.
i remember getting a trial version of FL Studio (Called Fruity Loops Studio at that time) in a CD-Rom. i was 11 years old and very curious. And that's where the story begins.
i went by different nicknames, the normal curriculum of any artist i guess, i composed different music styles mainly House Music and groovy stuff like Tech-House, Deep-House and Progressive House. i began afterward looking for a specific artistic identity and things lead me to what i am doing now.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Obsqure:
i grew up in a musical atmosphere, listening to vast amount of varied music. i am also brother to a music teacher and a nephew to a couple of drummers. i had to be in the music industry by any means.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Obsqure:
Reflekt Feat. Delline Bass "Need To Feel Loved"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Obsqure:
Massive Attack "Antistar"

Discover & Listen to Obsqure

Obsqure on Spotify

Obsqure's Signature Track

Obsqure on Social Media

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Obsqure's Website

Cosmicleaf.com/Obscure

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“Until then a collaboration between british composer Jonny Southard andambient artist Kirk Smith is a short but moving neo-classical pianotrack with a minimal yet uplifting ambient music embellished with deep cinematic textures ”

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This is a collaboration between UK composer Jonny Southard and Memphis based ambient artist Kirk Smith (We Dream of Eden). Its a neo-classical piano track with ambient, cinematic textures. This short but moving piece creates feelings of longing and hopefulness for what is yet to come.

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“Bring us the summer back and let us dance into a covid-free enviroment, concetrated positive vibes here and solid beats to make you dance! Or better we seek the open air dancefloors on south hemishphere and enjoy the hot weather with this beatiful progressive house story. A right tool for djs to wake up the crowd.”

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UK dance music talents Sleepwalkrs and MNEK have joined forces on new single ‘More Than Words’, out today. A four-to-the-floor groover, ‘More Than Words’ displays Sleepwalkrs crossover production prowess alongside MNEK’s superb vocal ability. It follows on from Sleepwalkrs recent hit with Hugel ‘Magnify’ ft. LPW and breakthrough single ‘Outta My Head’. Now collaborating with MNEK, whose global success stories include ‘Head & Heart’, the recent chart-topping collab with Joel Corry, ‘More Than Words’ is certain to further establish Sleepwalkrs as a leader in dance music production.Real name Roberto Manfredi, Sleepwalkrs made a big impression last year when he joined his old friend THRDL!FE for ‘Outta My Head’, a single that garnered BBC Radio 1 airplay from Scott Mills and has since amassed 7.5 million Spotify streams. More recently he linked up with French artist HUGEL on ‘Magnify’, an acclaimed single that made it onto the Kiss ‘Dance’ and BBC Radio 1 ‘Party Anthems’ playlists, as well as being remixed by Mike Mago and Sammy Porter. Continuing his ascent through the ranks, Sleepwalkrs’ music has received further heavyweight support from the likes of Oliver Heldens, Hardwell, Cassius and Don Diablo.GRAMMY-nominated South Londoner MNEK has worked alongside some of the biggest names in the industry, collaborating with the likes of Zara Larson, Stormzy, Jax Jones and Gorgon City, and writing with international stars such as Beyoncé, Little Mix, Dua Lipa, Christina Aguilera, Mabel, Anne Marie, Selena Gomez, The Saturdays and Clean Bandit. His back catalogue includes a number of worldwide hits including ‘Ready For Your Love’, ‘Never Forget You’, and ‘Blinded By Your Grace’. Most recently, his hit with Joel Corry, ‘Head & Heart’, has become a global success, topping the charts in a number of countries and marking his first UK #1 single.An instant hit, ‘More Than Words’ is shaping up to become a permanent fixture in the charts and on the airwaves. An exciting display of UK talent, Sleepwalkrs and MNEK are ready to present the next global anthem.To find out more about Sleepwalkrs, go to:https://www.instagram.com/sleepwalkrs/To find out more about MNEK, go to:https://www.instagram.com/mnek/

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“Prologue of promises the second out of a fourteen track album from classical/rock crossover pianist Aysedeniz Gokcin, is a mastefully performed solo piece with an eclectic yet elegant aura that ask from listeners to contemplate on reshaping the future and how we want things to be fixed through pure musical notes”

-Nagamag.com

Prologue of Promises is a track that hosts all our wishes and hopes for the future in musical notes. It is a reflection of how we would reshape our future and how we would like to fix things...

AyseDeniz is a classical/rock crossover pianist currently splitting her time between Los Angeles, London, and Istanbul. She started playing piano at age five and was considered a child prodigy in her native home of Turkey. She completed her Bachelor's in Piano Performance at Eastman School of Music in New York and her Masters in Piano Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

AyseDeniz is recognized internationally for her ability to unite the classical genre with classic rock and creating original rock arrangements and compositions, which she now performs for fans worldwide to sold-out shows. She has appeared on BBC News, Vogue, Classic FM, Prog Rock Magazine, and more. The Arts Council England endorses her under the Exceptional Talent Visa.

https://instagram.com/adpianist

   We are on hunt for music news, releases, artist interviews and everything about music industry could be interesting for music fans. Hundreds of songs and artist interviews have been hosted on Nagamag through this time and our magazine is going on for everything about music that is worth discovering! Find below the latest music discoveries that Nagamag brought for you!

Newest Music discoveries on Nagamag

  • Ettu Brute - Iggy (Spotify)

Ettu Brute – Iggy (Spotify)

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“Brtitish producer -Ettu Brute- with his debut single -Iggy- on -Kindly, Softly- label is a... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Downtempo #LofiHouse #EttuBrute #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

Latest Neoclassical / Contemporary Classical / Piano / Cinematic discoveries

  • Dimun (Original Mix) (Video)

Dimun (Original Mix) (Video)

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“Coming from an isolated and mostly unknown place like the Faroe islands producer Kristan B... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Neoclassical #Yggdrasil #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

Latest Songwriter / Singer discoveries

Latest House discoveries

  • Ettu Brute - Iggy (Spotify)

Ettu Brute – Iggy (Spotify)

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“Brtitish producer -Ettu Brute- with his debut single -Iggy- on -Kindly, Softly- label is a... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Downtempo #LofiHouse #EttuBrute #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

Latest Ambient / Drone discoveries

  • Zenon Marko - Ascent 4 (Video)

Zenon Marko – Ascent 4 (Video)

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“Zenon Mako with his new ambient atmospheric vision Ascent 4 invites to explore the element... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Ambient #ZenonMarko #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

Latest Chillout / Downtempo / Lounge / Future Garage discoveries

  • Ettu Brute - Iggy (Spotify)

Ettu Brute – Iggy (Spotify)

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“Brtitish producer -Ettu Brute- with his debut single -Iggy- on -Kindly, Softly- label is a... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Downtempo #LofiHouse #EttuBrute #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

  • Carabine - The Word (Video)

Carabine – The Word (Video)

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“Don't judge a book by the cover, likewise from our personal experience in music reviewing ... Read full review and listen to the song on Nagamag.com #Downtempo #Carabine #nagamag #music #magazine #blog #indie

Latest Synthpop / Synthwave discoveries

Latest EDM discoveries

Random Picks all over Nagamag

   Music tracks may get old but they never become history… Here you will find some random posts about music that have been published on Nagamag music magazine. This section is dedicated to everything that has been posted on Nagamag, as older music reports matter as much as the fresh ones! 

What is your favorite music genre?

We all love music but each one has a music genre that prefers the most. What is yours?

   Nagamag as an online music magazine refers to music news of multiple music genres, great songs and unique artists. We are looking for our readers / listeners to find the most interesting content of music news. That for we provide the above survey to everyone that wants to share his/her music genre preference. 

   With your choice you can simply help Nagamag music magazine to focus better on music genres that our readers/listeners enjoy the most! Of course this is an optional questionnaire and there is no need for any personal detail. Thank you!

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About Nagamag.com

   Nagamag is an indie online music magazine that aims to support beautiful and new music from great artists around the globe! Main Nagamag’s purpose is to boost extraordinary music that is yet to be discovered by listeners that are still wandering about its existence. Nagamag carefully selects and reviews beautiful and quality music in order to deliver it to more audiences while supporting and encouraging its songwriters/ music composers/ music artists to bring more fine tunes to people!

   Launched with initial focus on music genres such as Neoclassical, Ambient, Chillout, Indie Electronic, Synthwave, Instrumental Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Lounge, Instrumental, Downtempo, Psychill, Drone, Electronic, Vaporwave, Experimental, Singer, Songwriter, Cinematic, Piano, Indie, Lofi, Electro Pop, Synth Pop, New Age, Funk and plans to be expanded in the near future, as good music has no borders!

   Each music video and music song is free to be listened using the provided third party services (e.g. play music through Youtube, Spotify, Soundcloud, Bandcamp player) as it is provided by these services.

   Nagamag is also referred as Naga Magazine, Nagamagazine, Naga music magazine, Nagamag Music Magazine, Nagamag blog, Nagamag music  blog, Naga Magazine blog, Naga blog but most commonly as Nagamag.com